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Olive, pomegranate, dates and figs are amongst those that are directly mentioned in the Qur’an as blessed foods.
Whenever I get a cold or flu, the first things that gets added to my hot drinks is black cumin and although it leaves no taste in the drink- the trick is to chew the seeds rather than just swallow them whole.
They have a slightly bitter and pepperytaste but nothing too strong so it is a relatively pain-free medicine.
It has been introduced to recipes and is even an ingredient in Evoca cola which is also known as ‘Islam Cola’.
Arabic: Habba Souda, Habbat al-Barakah; Other Name: Fennel Flower, Black Cumin Nigella sativa; Ranunculaceae (Buttercup Family) Native to the Mediterranean and grown throughout the Middle East and parts of Asia, Nigella sativa is cultivated for its seeds, which are known as the “seeds of blessing.” For the Arabs, black seed is not only a food but also a valued traditional medicine that has long been used to treat such ailments as asthma, flatulence, polio, kidney stones, abdominal pain and so on.
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In fact, since its rise in popularity in the Seventh century the black seed has remained a staple of family medicine within the Muslim world.
The black seed is believed to have 100 components and is a significant sources of fatty acids, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
The great physician Ibn Sina (980–1037), better known as Avicenna, stated that black seed works as an expectorant, stimulates the body’s energy and helps overcome fatigue and dispiritedness.
In the kitchen: Black seed is aromatic with a slight peppery flavor. It is eaten ground with honey or with cakes and pastries.
There was also interesting studies carried out which found that black cumin had inhibitory effects on carcagins and was also helpful for fighting tumours.